- Adopt a grave
- Care for War Graves
- Join a monthly work party
- Help with event organisation and delivery
- Undertake genealogy research
- Work with schools
- Survey our wildlife or manage our habitat
- Bring in the arts
- Organise fitness sessions
- Fundraise for the project
- Spread the word
- Create or guide public tours
History of Rectory Lane Cemetery:
In 1900, the young Clementine Hozier is brought to live Berkhamsted by her parents so that she can complete her education at Berkhamsted School for Girls. She lives at 107 High Street, overlooking the Cemetery. After leaving Berkhamsted she goes on to marry a promising young politician named Winston Churchill in 1908.
After Winston’s death in 1965, she is created a life peer as Baroness Spencer-Churchill and sits in the House of Lords.
Following her death in 1977, Clementine is buried at St Martin’s Church, Bladon, Oxfordshire. Today, a plaque on Clementine’s Berkhamsted house commemorates her life here, unveiled in 1979 her youngest daughter, Baroness Soames.